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God's Bloody Acre (1975)

R | | Drama, Horror | July 1975 (USA)
Three mountain-men brothers living in an uninhabited forest area love their simple lifestyle. When a construction crew shows up to clear the way for a park, the brothers are prepared to ... See full summary »


(as Harry E. Kerwin)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
David (as Scott Lawrence)
Jennifer Stock ...
Leslie (as Jennifer Gregory)
Sam Moree ...
Daniel Schweitzer ...
William Kerwin ...
Monroe (as Thomas Wood)
Suzanne Robinson ...
Carol Rizzo (as Kayelynne)
Robert Rosano ...
Robert Rizzo
Adrian Sherman ...
Fruit Vendor
Nancy Lawson ...
David's Girlfriend
Michael Shaw ...
Leslie's Boyfriend
Jerry James ...
Raymond Diaz ...
Bulldozer Operator
Jack Nuber ...
Construction Crewman
Lane Chiles ...
Construction Crewman
Bruce Kronenberg ...
Construction Crewman


Three mountain-men brothers living in an uninhabited forest area love their simple lifestyle. When a construction crew shows up to clear the way for a park, the brothers are prepared to stop at nothing to defend their lifestyle - even murder... Written by Anonymous

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The Kerwin Masterpiece
2 May 2011 | by (Tallahassee, Florida) – See all my reviews

Lookin' for a little mean-spirited 70's Hixploitation? Same here. How about a little mean-spirited 70's Hixploitation which features only the most unlikeable of characters, along with about 0% comic-relief? Well, here it is. The most useful thing Harry Kerwin ever did. Welcome to God's Bloody Acre. Harry Kerwin and his equally useful brother, William (Thomas Wood) have had a hand in the making of everything from Two Thousand Maniacs, to Flesh Feast, to Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreamdul Things. The brothers Kerwin are the heart & soul of old school Florida Exploitation. God's Bloody Acre is about three mountain men, or hicks, or whatever the hell. The point is, they're brothers, and they've been livin' out in "God knows where" (the woods) for God knows how long. Livin' in a tee pee, livin' off the land. avoiding any and all human contact. And they're content doing so. All of this is about to change. The brothers are all ornery because a construction company has begun tearing apart their yard, to make way for a camping site. No reason to get mad enough to kill. I mean, it's not like they're gonna be building a mall. But too late. The more enthusiastic one figures now would be a good time to start killing construction workers. Meanwhile, we got a couple other stories that keep popping up. Neither of which are as entertaining, or likable. God's Bloody Acre is a racist, sexist, dysfunctional little gem of a movie, and I'm proud it's a part of my collection. Yet, I'm not surprised it took until 2010 for this one to get the official DVD treatment. But what I didn't expect was for every copy of this film to be recalled shortly after it was released. I have no idea. I'll be honest. There ain't a whole lot to love about this one, but it ain't all that bad, especially if you're not hard to please. And if you're looking for one of the last glimpses of vintage Florida Exploitation, have at it, hoss. 7/10

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